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Normal Street Closed To Through Traffic (click here for more)

From Wednesday, August 8th until Sunday, August 12th, Normal Street will be closed to through traffic.  During the closure, the roof of Cravens Library will be repaired.  The road will be closed in front of Cravens Library.  All northbound traffic on Normal Drive will be detoured at Regents Avenue.  All southbound traffic on State Street will be detoured at Kiss-Me-Quick Avenue. 

Transit services will operate on a normal schedule using an alternate route with stops at Regents Avenue and North Chestnut Lot. 

  • For the temporary White Line schedule (Aug 8-13), click here.                                      
  • For the temporary Green Line schedule (Aug 8-13), click here.

For a map of the area, please click here

Please direct any questions or concerns to Parking and Transportation Services at 270-745-2361 or transportation@wku.edu

Thank you,

PTS

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